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  April 26th, 2017 | Written by

Site Selection: Amazon to Add Three New Jersey Fulfillment Centers

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  • Amazon’s new sites in New Jersey will create 2,500 new full-time jobs.
  • Since Amazon’s 2012 New Jersey launch, the company has grown its fulfillment workforce to 13,000.
  • Chris Christie: My administration has lowered taxes and improved New Jersey’s business climate. has announced plans to open three additional fulfillment centers in New Jersey. The new sites in Cranbury Township, Edison, and Logan Township will create more than 2,500 new, full-time jobs.

Since Amazon launched operations in New Jersey in 2012, the company has grown its fulfillment workforce in the state to 13,000-plus full-time employees across seven existing facilities in Avenel, Carteret, Florence, Logan Township, and Robbinsville.

“Our ability to expand in New Jersey is the result of two things: incredible customers and an outstanding workforce,” said Akash Chauhan, Amazon’s vice president of North American Operations. “We are excited to continue growing by creating an additional 2,500 full-time roles at new fulfillment centers across the state.”

Amazon employees at the 900,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Cranbury Township and the one-million-square-foot fulfillment center in Logan Township will pick, pack, and ship larger customer items such as music equipment, sports gear, and patio furniture. The 900,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Edison will handle smaller customer items such as books, toys and kitchenware.

“We applaud Amazon for investing in several expansions throughout New Jersey and for creating greater opportunities for our high-quality workforce,” said New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. “Today’s great news is no accident or coincidence. Over the last seven-plus years, my administration has lowered a variety of taxes, improved New Jersey’s business climate, increased the number of well-paying jobs and grown the overall economy. Amazon’s action should encourage even more employers to benefit from all New Jersey has to offer.”